Toyota Prius Plug-In Price to Be Reduced for 2014

Toyota Prius Plug-InAmerica’s favorite hybrid, the Toyota Prius, became even more efficient and environmentally friendly when the Prius Plug-In began production in 2011. The lithium-ion battery of the Prius Plug-In is charged by plugging into an electrical power source, as the name suggests. Even better, it doesn’t require a drop of gasoline.

While consumers love the efficiency of the Prius Plug-In, there is still some heartburn around the cost of this all-electric model; indeed, the current 2013 model costs around $8,000 more than the original Prius.

Taking note of this issue, Toyota has decided to make a change for the 2014 model year. While most cars increase in price with each successive year, the Prius Plug-In will actually be getting cheaper.

Toyota Prius Plug-In

The 2014 Toyota Prius Plug-In is currently priced over $2,000 less than the 2013 model. Even more exciting, the 2014 Prius Plug-In Advanced will be listed for $4,620 less. Now that’s a change that America can get on board with.

Toyota isn’t skimping on the features in order to make the lower price a reality either. The 2014 Prius Plug-In will feature heated front seats, remote climate control, extended EV mode capabilities, and an additional year of complimentary Roadside Assistance.

The 2014 Prius Plug-In Advanced comes with even more bells and whistles, like premium HDD Navigation with Entune® App Suite, head-up display, and Toyota Safety Connect with emergency response.

The more affordable yet exceptionally efficient 2014 Prius Plug-In begins production in October, with models slated to arrive in showrooms by November of 2013.

Toyota Prius Boasts Title of “2012 Best Green Car to Buy”

It’s safe to say that nearly everyone has heard of the Toyota Prius. This hybrid vehicle has become synonymous with fuel efficiency and saving money at the pump. But now, you may have more of a reason than ever to buy this hybrid.

The Toyota Prius was just named the 2012 Best Green Car to Buy by And the best part? The Prius alone did not win, but rather the whole Prius family, set to be released in 2012. GreenCarReports sought out several components when making their decision, including price range, availability, and of course environmental-friendliness.

The Toyota Prius family will include four vehicles. Here is a breakdown of each model’s highlights:

  • Prius Liftback: 50 mpg combined
  • Prius V: 58% more cargo space than the Liftback, 44 mpg city
  • Prius Plug-in Hybrid: seating for five, 87 mpg combined in electric mode, 49 mpg combined in hybrid mode
  • Prius c: spirited driving dynamics, estimated to deliver more than 50 mpg city

Since the Prius was named the Best Green Car to Buy, stop by Dick Dyer Toyota today and get your efficient and green Toyota Prius!